• Storm Discs Jet Stream
    Other Disc Review,  Storm Disc Golf

    Storm Discs Jet Stream Review

    Storm Disc Golf is relatively new to molding discs.  Hailing from Lubbock, Texas, Kirby and his wife have been on a journey to design their own disc golf discs.  We congratulate Storm for introducing unique features for each disc.  Our first review is the Jet Stream, a 12 speed driver that has a ton of glide.

  • Gateway Disc Sports Ninja review
    Gateway,  Other Disc Review

    Gateway Ninja Review

    Gateway gave their old Ninja a makeover and they’ve come out with a very reliable, slightly overstable controld driver. The original Ninja was listed as an 11 speed with a rim so wide that the PDGA would not approve it. Now, this remodeled Ninja is a moderate glide 9 speed driver that will let you slice up the course with pinpoint accuracy.

  • Gateway Disc Golf Journey Review
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    Gateway Disc Sports Journey Review

    By now you’ve undoubtedly heard that Gateway is not just the putter company anymore.  The Journey is one of the newer molds that throws Gateway into the mainstream and legitimizes their offerings. The Journey is a straight long distance driver with plenty of glide and comfortable feel that could make it your next go-to driver. Gateway Journey Manufacturer Notes Before you start reading, take a moment to chuckle at the subtle meta-reference we’ve included in the Journey review image.  Think ealry 1980’s… Here is Gateway’s description of the Journey: The Journey has a low profile and long wing for speed and a perfect transition from the nose to the flight plate allowing…

  • Gateway Disc Golf Element midrange
    Gateway,  Other Disc Review

    Gateway Disc Sports Element Review

    The Gateway Element fills that gap between your putter and midrange when you need a light throw with some distance, but you won’t be disappointed with medium distance touch shot either.  Available in both Diamond and Sure Grip (and a few other plastics), this disc is guaranteed to add an element of finesses to your short game.